5 million from a low-interest ARRA stimulus loan through the Delaware Division of Public Health's Office of Drinking Water and an Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant from the Department of Energy to help finance the program at the outset.
What does ODW stand for?
ODW stands for Office of Drinking Water (US EPA)
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We have 14 other meanings of ODW in our Acronym Attic
- Ontario Directors of Volunteers in Healthcare (Canada)
- Open Distance and Vocational Learning
- Ohio Domestic Violence Network
- Optimal Digital Voice Processor
- Omni-Directional Vision Sensor
- Office of Domestic Violence and Sex Offender Management
- Optical Design Verification Test (Cisco)
- Organization for Defending Victims of Violence
- Oak Harbor, WA, USA (Airport Code)
- Ocean Data Workstation
- Ohio Distribution Warehouse (Urbana, OH)
- Omega Dropwindsonde (meteorology)
- On Demand Workplace (IBM)
- OnDemand Wrestling, Inc.
- One Day's Wages (Seattle, WA)
- Opera del West (Wayland, MA)
- Operation Day's Work
- Ordering & Distribution Workstation
- Oregon Draymen and Warehousemen's Association (Portland, Oregon)
- Organizational Development Worldwide
Samples in periodicals archive:
EPA Science Advisory Board's Review of the Arsenic Issues Relating to the Phase II Proposed Regulation from the Office of Drinking Water.
BOILING Boiling is the safest way to kill all three major types of disease organisms in suspect water, according to Dave Spath, chief of the technical programs, branch in the Office of Drinking Water of California's Department of Health.
Mike Cook, the former director of EPA's Office of Drinking Water, once commented that in addition to the more than 200,000 public water supplies in the nation, there are "millions of people with private wells, which lie outside of EPA regulatory jurisdiction.
According to Joseph Cotruvo, director of the criteria and standards division of EPA's office of drinking water, the rule puts the EPA in compliance with one of three major lead-related requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act as amended by Congress in 1986.